28 11月 论文代写：跨国公司对发展中国家的影响
Moreover, MNCs are busy in exploiting the local labour. They operate in those countries where labour and tax charges are low but their profit earning is high. Also if that profit remains with the host country then it is beneficial for the host country but these profits are transferred to their home countries.
Furthermore, the MNCs may want their subsidiaries to adopt such working policies that may not be good for the country but still they would adopt it since they are highly concerned with their profits. So, MNCs are considered as those organizations that are not mainly concerned with the economic development of the host country. They start operating in these countries because the operating costs are low in these regions which ultimately give them revenues. They are in a way exploiting the resources of the host country. They even transfer the capital to their home countries which even show that their concern is only with their profits and revenues and not with the operating region. Still, it is observed that governments of these regions are always busy in activities in order to mark the entries of MNCs in their countries.
The governments are interested in attracting MNCs but they don’t realize that these multinationals are causing the local firms to shut down their operations. This is an obvious fact that when products would be available in much better quality then people will prefer those international brands and would not consider the local brands. The people’s preference over international brands causes local firms to wrap up their businesses. Moreover over, multinationals are concerned with developing their economies of scale, this in turns cause local firms to shut their business.
But sadly, the countries and their governments are only concerned with their economical progress and they completely ignore the negative side of MNC’s. Instead, they are always busy in making their region as an attractive region for the MNC’s (Edward: 2007).
The big names in the MNC’s world such as Unilever in India, Nestle in Bangladesh and Colgate Palmolive in Pakistan had taken great measures to promote economical growth in these respective countries. When they entered these countries, the respective regions were not much established. The MNC’s had to take measures in order to foster their operations which in turn fostered the economic growth in these regions.